What prevents us from healing, especially from diseases considered chronic or incurable, are our beliefs. What are beliefs anyway? They are statements that hold something that is not true, to which we feel personally attached. When someone tries to question them, we tend to stand up for them. In a large number of cases, we also try to impose them on others. As opposed to belief, the truth requires no defense because it speaks the language of facts regardless of anybody's opinion. It's unnecessary to impose it on anyone as all doubts disappear when exposed to it anyway.
One of the prevailing beliefs about all diseases is that they come from outside and "happen to us" without any cause-effect relationship with us whatsoever. Therefore, we believe that since they come from the outside, only external intervention can free us from them. As a consequence comes another belief that only people educated in the field of combating diseases accompanied with their weapons in the form of drugs, surgeries, or therapies can help us eliminate them. But is that true?
Another group of beliefs concerns the cost of healing. We often believe that recovery, especially from so-called serious diseases, chronic and deemed incurable diseases is costly. As a consequence of such thinking, we abandon our hope for a cure when we have a tight budget, or - on the other hand - even when we have sufficient resources, we spend vast amounts on therapies that have nothing to do with healing, but cost a lot. Is healing, though, really expensive?
There's yet another type of belief, hazardous one, as it threatens our lives more than diseases as such which is an almost idolatrous belief in "verdicts" issued by people we generally consider to be authorities in the field of health, namely doctors. Once our disease is deemed by a titled medical authority incurable or, even worse, terminal, we tend to believe such diagnosis blindly, not even trying to question the basis for such claims. Being exposed to "a sentence" like this, we lose hope for healing as we consider the verdict final unless a miraculous cure is invented in the meantime. We do not realize, however, that the potential threat to our life does not result from our disease, but from our belief it is incurable, instilled in us by an "expert" of the subject, whose opinion we did not question, assuming to have not enough competence to do so. But is it true that we don't have it?
Beliefs defending access to our health are like a dark veil before our eyes. To start seeing, we need to remove it from our eyes. However, to take it off, we must first be aware that we have it before our eyes in the first place. But how to find this out? Well - by observing reality and examining the facts. One of the basic facts is that we are creators of our health and so our diseases. While on the subject of questioning beliefs, I strongly encourage dear Reader not just to believe my words but go and investigate if this is true, on your own. However, I dare to put forward such a thesis, based on my own experience and my observations, which, in my opinion, confirm it.
So, since we create diseases ourselves, we can also eliminate them ourselves as a logical consequence. So why aren't we removing them? The problem is that such a possibility does not cross our mind, as hardly anyone is even aware that we are their authors. It is not apparent, because no one is deliberately and consciously making themselves sick. On closer observation, however, it can be noticed that there are invisible "mechanisms" within us, which generate thoughts and emotions which make us harm ourselves, which we do not realize. However, this harmful activity - repeated day after day - brings diseases that become chronic over time.
The language of consciousness is thoughts and logic of the academic type, hence the conscious intentions and actions resulting from them can be easily analyzed as we have easy access to them. However, because the language of the unconsciousness (or, if you prefer - the subconsciousness) are feelings and intuitive logic, and as in our civilization we don't acknowledge its righteous place and don't give it enough training like in the case of intellectual skills, we usually have poor contact with it and, as a rule, we fail to read its messages correctly.
Let's not confuse feelings with emotions. Emotions usually tell us whether we perceive something as pleasant or not, depending on how we have been conditioned. At the same time, feelings are related to universal principles and connection with them is signaled by moments of clarity of mind, the so-called flashes of consciousness or eureka moments, and accompanied by peace at a deep level. Each creature has rudimentary knowledge about themselves hidden in the unconsciousness, in this case - deep wisdom concerning their health and how to care for it and as well regain it when it is lost.
Emotions are temporary, but when they surface, they obscure the image of our interior. Therefore, to reach the depth of our intuitive knowledge, we need a state in which emotions will no longer affect our decisions. Although we have no control over whether they appear or not, we can observe that we control if we react to them or just watch them pass through us and dissipate just like clouds floating across the sky.
Our intuitive knowledge contains all information about what we need to heal, but access to it is guarded by our beliefs, just like the veil, as mentioned earlier before our eyes. Beliefs are like an electric fence surrounding our primeval knowledge, whereas emotions are our reactions to touching it. You can't break the fence of beliefs, though. The only way to do this is to find out why we keep reacting like this every time we try to get closer. Understanding why we believe what we believe helps ease the emotional "surges," touch the fence securely and open the gate to access our original resources. In a state of deep peace, we know what is true and what is not, even though we consciously have a hard time admitting it to ourselves. In this case - we begin to see the truth about our healing and the path that leads to it. The moment we reach the truth within ourselves is the first moment on the way to recovery, because it is the first moment when we stop living with illusions and deceiving ourselves.
Contrary to popular belief, medicines and therapies do not cure us of any diseases. Only our own body can heal us, thanks to its innate ability to self-regulate, if there are no obstacles that impede or prevent it from this process. In chronic diseases, these are largely our beliefs that create physical blockages of energy in our body and remove them from the way lies in our hands. A free flow of energy accompanies the health of the body and spirit, so to restore our health, we need to locate and remove obstacles to this flow. The rest will happen by itself.
Medicines and any other practices that do not violate our body's self-regulatory processes should only support us, but not do the healing process for us. Well, they can't do it anyway. It's just about noticing it.
Nobody has any doubts that to achieve the dream body shape, not only do we have to put some effort in it, but also specific knowledge that will make the energy used for training "go" where it is needed, and not just squeeze the sweat out of us and become exhausted unproductively. It's the same about every other goal, including healing. Not every effort will lead to it. If we fail to find out what works to heal, we will only attain fatigue and despair, leading us again to provide ourselves with just quick relief from suffering. Therefore, to obtain the healing effect, we need to know both what works and systematically head this direction with every single decision we make every day, regardless of the temporary discomfort accompanying the healing.
Knowing and understanding this principle makes us patient, systematic, and persistent during the hard time of difficulties on the way to healing, as we know well that no other path leads to health anyway. Only such an attitude will bring results over time, which will boost us towards our goal even faster.
There is no magic here. In chronic diseases, we only achieve spectacular day-to-day effects with symptom relief thanks to medicines, but this has nothing to do with healing. True healing means knowledge and meaningful, targeted action that offers no -hope but certainty for a cure. It's a day-to-day work on ourselves and our own harmful beliefs that led us to a disease. Nobody can do this job for us, just like no one would train for us our muscles in the gym. For the persistent, however, comes the moment of reaching a critical mass in treatment, when rational decisions about carrying out daily duties towards oneself turn into the pleasure of well-being that carries us on by itself on the wings of endorphins.